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Last login: Friday, January 23, 2009
The original Holcomb supposedly isn't paid for. I say supposedly because anytime anyone ask those who should know the facts, those who should know get huffy, and don't answer the question. That means those who get their power from the Holcomb plant are paying artificially low prices, that can't go one forever. I can't call cleaner coal such as the mining of the fuel create huge holes in the Earth or levels mountain tops. The new technology doesn't reduce emissions, only shifts the point of their impact, as the recent TVA disaster has shown. Kansans will be the one affected by the drawbacks of cleaner coal but too many are ignorant to understand it. That's OK they want cheap power now painlessly, doesn't matter who has to bay the bill when it come due down the road
January 23, 2009 at 5:50 p.m.
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